HAND POURED CERAMIC CANDLE
Coco Coco - Coconut
One of the first fragrances created by the Coqui Coqui Perfumeria and inspired by the paradise shores of Sian Ka´an, Coco Coco is immediately evocative of lush palms and white sand coasts, infused with salty sea air. Coco Coco turns to the Yucatan’s green coconut as its source, creating fresh, modern and verdant notes, in addition to the classic milky sweet, velvety, vanilla fragrance. Coco Coco is sensual and crisp, transporting the wearer to tropical paradise fantasies.
Flor De Mayo- Frangipani
A powerful and sensual floral scent, Flor de Mayo combines exotic, peachy, spring Mayflower and balmy, sweet and sensual frangipani notes, complete with a twist of fresh, fragile, bewitching jasmine, adding an uplifting luminosity. Evocative frangipani is native to Mexico and the Caribbean shores, and a flower that is peppered throughout the folklores of the Yucatan and ancient Mayan medicine. Jasmine is also known by natives as huele de noche (scent of the night) for its far-travelling, seductive notes that come to life in the dusky evening breeze. Flor de Mayo is evocative of dreamy, warm, balmy nights in tropical climates and spontaneous encounters in places new.
Flor De Naranjo - Orange Blossom
This floral, sweet citrus scent is lively and summery with a heady rush of fresh blossom. Light and playful, Flor de Naranjo appeals to the chic, spirited, carefree soul, whose luxury is long light-filled days spent without plans or purpose, in happy climes, free of worry.
Rosas Frecas - Fresh Roses
The lively Rosas Frescas scent celebrates the sweet, chic, innocence of living in the moment. The fresh, naïve, dewy scent of red rose petals, uplifting and energetic in its pure positivity, is combined with a twist of citric lemon for an expression of modern sophistication.
Tabaco - Tobacco Leaves
The Coqui Coqui Perfumeria’s most popular scent. Tabaco is a warm, sensual, nuanced fragrance, made from the wild tobacco leaves of Mexico. Known locally as the ‘Sacred Tobacco’ plant, the leaves hold a long history in ancient Mexican medicinal and spiritual tradition, since as early as 1400 BC. Tabaco evokes these mystical, ethereal exotic qualities, with a strong, velvety, yet verdant and light, earthy scent.